Posted On:1/19/2012 10:44pm
Style: Keyboard Warrior
Thought this was an interesting story. This is former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau's son in the picture, training at Final Round Boxing in Ottawa for a charity match. Story from the Hill-Times, Canada's parliamentary newsrag.
Posted On:1/19/2012 10:47pm
y u link to bbc?
Posted On:1/20/2012 11:48am
Originally Posted by Lindz
y u link to bbc?
Not sure I understand what you mean. I did a google news search and it seems only Canadian news outlets are carrying this story for now. Not even a News of the Weird on BBC. The link is to the Hill-Times, which is political and Ottawa focussed.
Posted On:1/20/2012 2:39pm
I mean the blackbelt club
I clicked your link and it went here http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show...-brazeau+29320
and it says
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which happens if a thread is deleted or moved to the pay only section of the site
Posted On:1/20/2012 4:32pm
Style: Siling Labuyo Arnis
OTTAWA—Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale, they ain’t, but Liberal MP Justin Trudeau, 40, and Conservative Senator Patrick Brazeau, 37, will soon step into the boxing ring to raise money for cancer research in Ottawa.
CTV Ottawa reporter Terry Marcotte’s story on the two boxing Parliamentarians will air on tonight’s supper hour news show.
Mr. Marcotte, who boxed a few years back against Walter Robinson in a similar fundraiser, said the two political players have been training since November, and that it will be a real three-round regular fight.
The charity cancer fundraiser is organized by the Final Round Boxing Club in Ottawa. The boxing match will take place on March 31 at the Hampton Inn Convention Centre. Tickets are $250, which includes a four-course meal.
Posted On:1/20/2012 4:36pm
Strange, maybe it was a mislink in the first post. The link goes nowhere. Here's the link for the rest of y'all
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